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Netanyahu takes aim at graft probes ahead of Israel polls

A prime minister is not legally required to resign if charged — only after convicted with appeals exhausted

’Tis time for Steinhoff cutbacks

'Just a heads-up that this year’s Secret Santa cap has been dropped to R500 000 post-tax, down 50% from last year’s record high of R1-million'

​Pace of lawfare will pick up in the year ahead

Stakes are even higher in the courts this year as a number of important cases are due to be heard.

ConCourt dismisses NPA application over spy tapes

NPA spokesperson Luvuyo Mfaku said the court was mindful of the fact that Zuma had petitioned the SCA on the same matter.

DA: NPA has stalled on Zuma corruption-charges case for five years

DA leader Helen Zille says the party has filed for a review of the courts decision to drop corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma.

DA challenges ANC to fire former MEC over alleged corruption

The opposition’s Jack Bloom says the Gauteng premier should distance himself from chief whip Brian Hlongwa until the court case is over.

Cashgate: Banda says people were coerced into implicating her

Responding to graft allegations levelled against her, former Malawian president Joyce Banda claims she has evidence of pressure to "implicate" her.

Key arms deal middleman ‘not ready’ to testify

But the advocate appearing for Fana Hlongwane at the arms deal commission says his client “wants to come and give evidence”.

Parliamentary Nkandla committee finalising report

The committee, which is made up of ANC members only, is expected to table its report on President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla upgrades on Friday.

Memo: Zuma involved in ‘pervasive’ corruption scheme

President Jacob Zuma was involved in a wider corruption scheme that was designed to benefit the ANC "in perpetuity", Beeld newspaper reported.

NPA dismisses with ‘contempt’ Malema’s allegations of interference

The NPA denies it interfered in Julius Malema's corruption case, saying its decision to prosecute Malema was based on credible evidence.

Sizani fraud case postponed again, Equal Education ‘concerned’

The fraud case of Nontuthuzela Sizani has been postponed a second time, after her defence team requested more time to review new documents.

Fifth postponement in MEC Malakoane’s corruption case

Activists have expressed frustration at the corruption trial of Free State MEC Benny Malakoane being postponed for the fifth time.

Malema court appearance calls for tight security

Limpopo police have been preparing for EFF leader Julius Malema's court appearance in Polokwane, as supporters plan a vigil and a march.

Malema now eyes 2014 elections as fraud case postponed

The EFF's Julius Malema will now be able to contest the 2014 elections before answering to allegations of corruption against him in court.

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